Anything But Average
Well Done Marketing is a full-service agency that specializes in integrated marketing solutions. We get excited about partnering with amazing clients to create meaningful, measurable experiences that connect them to their audience while doing good in the world.
Our individual experience crosses decades, continents, and industries. But we’re united in our belief that what makes you different, uncommon, and one of a kind is what makes you awesome.
The time we spend learning how to be better advocates, allies, community partners, and citizens is just as important as the time we spend honing our marketing skills.
Two of our awesome people, Grace Phillips and Konah Williams, led our team through an engaging pronoun discussion and training as part of our staff-initiated DEI work group.
Ours is a “Banned Book” club; these books offer unique perspectives we need access to and provide relevant commentary for social justice issues that are still present today. For every book we read, we donate a new copy to our friends at Indy Reads to spread the word and stop the hate.
Walk and Talk
Sampson Levingston of Through2EyesIndiana educated us on the rich cultural history of our neighborhood and opened a discussion about the past and ongoing effects of racial discrimination within Fountain Square and Fletcher Place. Through2EyesIndiana offers multiple Walk & Talks every week throughout Indianapolis.
Indy Racial Equity Pledge
In the summer of 2021, we developed a website and—along with 20+ partners—made a pledge to become a truly antiracist and inclusive organization. It’s a commitment that not only drives meaningful action, but also holds us accountable. We take that pledge just as seriously today and plan to keep it for the long haul.
Honeywell Continuing Education Fund
Ken Honeywell is more than Well Done’s founder. He’s also a passionate supporter of Second Helpings—an organization dedicated to feeding our community. We created the Ken Honeywell Continuing Education Fund to support Second Helpings’ culinary training program, which helps underserved people learn the skills they need to thrive in the culinary industry.